The sorrow of Sandy Hook

I won’t be saying much. I spend a lot of time laughing at those bloggers who start with “words can not express” and deliver a thousand of them that say very little. There is evil in this world. It has been tough for good people to comprehend evil for as long as evil has been […]

Charming Mitt Romney at the Alfred E. Smith dinner

Please, cover your computer screen in case of unpredictable liquids and watch this to start your morning well.

Hate the sin; Love the sinner

Yeah, it’s me. Don’t be that surprised. Enough about that. Let’s go. Fundamentalist Christians and evangelical Christians are well acquainted with “Hate the sin, but love the sinner.” Here’s Mark Lowry on that: “Love the sinner, hate the sin? How about: Love the sinner, hate your own sin! I don’t have time to hate your […]

Raw, but hopeful

I hate what happened in Wisconsin yesterday. I’d hate it happening anywhere, but since we have the other Sikh temple in the area a couple of blocks from my house, it feels personal. I see someone from that community many days when I’m walking to the store. (I walk to the grocery store. Yes, I’m […]

The Swiss vote to keep minarets off their landscape

I don’t see anyone else in Wisconsin discussing the subject, so we might as well start it. So? What do you think? Where’s the U.S. headed with this subject? I’m trying to decide if the vote was a backlash on the religion or merely a way to preserve a revered landscape. I’ll admit it would […]